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Initiative to achieve world-first precision medicine solution

Since Orion Health, Medtech and CSC announced they will be collaborating earlier this month, innovative New Zealand vendors such as Sysmex and Simplhealth, together with global leaders such as Hewlett Packard Enterprise, IBM and Microsoft, have expressed an interest in joining the project that will improve the health of millions of New Zealanders.
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Medtech, CSC & Orion Health team up to deliver world-first

New Zealand health technology leaders Orion Health, Medtech and CSC have today announced they will work together to join hospital level clinical data with primary care data and personal health data. When this integrated clinical data is linked to genomics, microbiomics, proteomics and other new health information to enable a truly personalised healthcare system.
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Medtech Global expands into lucrative American market

The New Zealand designed internet portal “ManageMyHealth” is about to be expanded through the United States following the 100% acquisition of Consova Corporation by healthcare technology solutions company Medtech Global. Vino Ramayah, executive chairman of Medtech Global, says ManageMyHealth has already been trialled and customised for the US market.
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Innovative Smartcard solution launches in India

Medtech has introduced its innovative multipurpose ManageMyHealth Smartcard solution to the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in New Delhi.The ManageMyHealth Smartcard serves as a patient identity card with the emergency care data embedded into it. The Smartcard also doubles as a debit card within the AIIMS campus for various payment requirements.
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Launch of ManageMyHealth Online Health Portal

Medtech India proudly launched the ManageMyHealth online personal health portal to all its employees in India. ManageMyHealth is a path-breaking initiative that provides an online service enabling individuals to manage their health records anytime, anywhere. Stored on a secure cloud based platform where you can be assured your health information is safe.
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Medtech to Digitise Kalinga Hospital Medical Records

Medtech is pleased to announce the agreement with Kalinga Hospital Limited, Bhubaneswar, to provide an electronic medical record (EMR) solution with which the doctors can access the digitized medical records using Medtech software. Medtech creates an effective and efficient medical record scanning and indexing program for healthcare institutions
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Fortis Malar Hospital inks Telehealth Project with Medtech

Medtech is pleased to announce the agreement of a telehealth project with leading Healthcare Group, Fortis Malar Hospital, Chennai. Medtech and Fortis Malar Hospital will jointly and proactively develop, promote and develop the fast evolving opportunities in telemedicine, tele-consultation, electronic medical records and managed care services.
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Medtech Achieves International Certification for Data Protection

Healthcare technology solutions company Medtech Global is one of the first healthcare IT companies in New Zealand and Australia to be certified for ISO/IEC 27001-13, the internationally recognised standard of best practice in Information Security Management Systems (ISMS). This independent ISMS certification reflects the integrity of Medtech systems.
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CSC and Medtech Collaborate on Healthcare Logistics Innovation

CSC, a global leader in next-generation IT services and solutions, and Medtech are collaborating to transform clinically driven logistics in New Zealand’s healthcare system. By enabling patients and primary care physicians to more quickly and accurately orchestrate the complex array of resource policies of secondary care and other providers.
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Medtech Global is helping save lives in India

Medtech Global’s telemedicine technology is helping under privileged people living in the north east of New Delhi get medical help. The healthcare technology company’s VitelMed equipment is being used in an aid project being funded by the New Zealand Government and the New Zealand arm of the global charity Tear Fund and backed by Indian banks.
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